roll over

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Englisch - Türkisch
yuvarlanmak
(Fiili Deyim ) (yatakta) bir o yana bir bu yana dönmek
(Ticaret) uzatmak (kredi vb )
bir taraftan öbür tarafa yuvarlanmak
çevirmek
roll over option
(Ticaret) yenileme opsiyonu
roll-over credit
döner kredi
rollover
(Ticaret) pozisyon yenileme
Englisch - Englisch
To increment, especially back to an initial value

The dashboard clock rolled over to midnight, and a song lyric popped into my head: lonely midnight drivers, drifting out to sea.

To make a rolling motion or turn

That night, and for many nights after, the Velveteen Rabbit slept in the Boy’s bed. At first he found it rather uncomfortable, for the Boy hugged him very tight, and sometimes he rolled over on him, and sometimes he pushed him so far under the pillow that the Rabbit could scarcely breathe.

To cause a rolling motion or turn

The mob rolled the SUV completely over.

To give in to

He doesn't meekly roll over to all her demands.

To reinvest funds from a maturing financial security in the same or similar investment
To move the cursor over

In this task, you'll revisit the button symbol so that it reacts when the user rolls over it.

To renew a debt when it matures 555
a.) to defer payment of (an obligation) b.) to renegotiate the terms of (a financial agreement)
to place (invested funds) in a new investment of the same kind: "roll over IRA funds"
reinvest into a similar fund or security; "She rolled over her IRA"
transfer of a debt, closing of a debt by the creation of another debt; roll, tumble, be rolled, be tumbled; be turned over
To reinvest funds received from a maturing security in a new issue of the same or a similar security
Prior to or at the time of the maturity of an investment or loan, the interested parties agree to continue to carry over the investment or loan for another, successive period of time
make a rolling motion or turn; "The dog rolled over"
A term used to indicate an automatic action If no change of the computing ID is required during the conversion to the eID, no action will be required on the individual's part The computing ID will automatically roll over (become) the eID
– The issuance of renewal Notes to retire outstanding Notes
negociate to repay a loan at a later date for an additional fee; "roll over a loan"
negociate to repay a loan at a later date for an additional fee; "roll over a loan
Reinvest funds received from a maturing security in a new issue of the same or a similar security
To carry over a previous contract to the new registrar To keep any time that was previously registered with a new company
Reinvestment of funds received from a maturity security in a new issue of the same or like security
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the act of rolling over
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the process of reinvesting funds in a new issue of the same or similar investment
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in the National or European lottery, the situation in which a jackpot that has not been won is carried over to the next week
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a graphic element that changes its shape or colour when the cursor moves over it
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An accident in which a motor vehicle overturns
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The act or process of rolling over
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The act or an instance of rolling over funds: an IRA rollover
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A trading procedure involving the shift of one month of a straddle into another future month while holding the other contract month The shift can take place in either the long or short straddle month The term also applies to lifting a near futures position and re-establishing it in a more deferred delivery month
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The process of lifting a futures or options position and re-establishing it in a more deferred delivery month
roll-over
A special straddle trading procedure involving the shift of one month of a straddle into another futures month while holding the other contract month The shift can take place in either the long or short straddle month
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The procedure of repeated investment of the proceeds of short-term securities upon maturity back in the same investment vehicle
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An employee's transfer of retirement funds from one retirement plan to another plan of the same type or to an IRA without incurring a tax liability The transfer must be made within 60 days of receiving a cash distribution The law requires 20 percent federal income tax withholding on money eligible for rollover if it is not moved directly to the second plan or an investment company
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An employee's transfer of retirement funds from one retirement plan to another plan of the same type or to a classic (or "traditional") IRA without incurring a tax liability The transfer must be made within 60 days of receiving a cash distribution The law requires 20% federal income tax withholding on money eligible for rollover if it is not moved directly to the second plan or investment company
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In order to provide greater investment flexibility, an individual is permitted to shift his or her investment from one individual retirement plan to another without incurring any tax liability if done within 60 days of distribution
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At the end of the construction loan period, the borrower's file is delivered to Bank One Mortgage Loan Servicing Dept Prior to delivery, CLD contacts the borrower and obtains funds for the tax and insurance escrows, a final title policy and homeowner's policy This process is called a rollover
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The action of moving plan assets from one qualified plan to another or to an IRA within 60 days of distributions, while retaining the tax benefits of a qualified plan
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A JavaScript effect where one image is replaced by another when the mouse rolls over it The navigation on the right side of these pages uses rollovers
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The shifting of an investor's assets from one qualified retirement plan to another - due to changing jobs, for instance - without a tax penalty
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A term often used by banks when they allow a borrower to delay making a principal payment on a loan Also, term used to describe the movement of assets within a qualified retirement plan (such as a 401k or IRA) to another qualified retirement plan
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The reinvestment of funds into another, often similar, investment Often used when securities are maturing, or when moving an Individual Retirement Account
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Shifting retirement savings from one qualified fund to another without having to pay a tax penalty
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The action of moving plan assets from one qualified plan to another or to an IRA within sixty days of distributions, while retaining the tax benefits of a qualified plan
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Shifting your assets from one qualified retirement plan to another - due to changing jobs, for example - without a tax penalty
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The shifting of an investor's assets from one qualified retirement plan to another - due to changing jobs, for instance - without a tax penalty return to top
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A tax-free transfer of assets from one retirement plan to another, such as from one 401(k) plan to another or from a 401(k) plan to an IRA
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The transfer of funds from one qualified retirement plan to another If done within a specified time frame, taxation can be avoided However, Traditional IRA balances rolled over into Roth IRAs are subject to income tax on untaxed earnings
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A rollover (also called "mouseover") is normally a type of navigational image which changes appearance (to another image) when the user's mouse rolls over the image
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For IRAs, the tax-free reinvestment of a distribution from one qualified retirement plan into another within 60 days
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A tax-free transfer of cash or other assets from one retirement account to another IRA holders may shift assets from a present IRA to another Distributions from a qualified retirement plan may also be rolled over to an IRA or to another employer's plan Details
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{i} act of turning upside down, instance of overturning; mouseover, JavaScript element that causes a change when the mouse cursor passes over it (Internet); revolution, one full spin; transferral of money from one investment to another (Economics)
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the act of changing the institution that invests your pension plan without incurring a tax penalty
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Term describing the transfer of funds from one fiduciary to another Also used to describe an even or near-even exchange of similar or identical securities
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A transfer of funds from one instrument to another without incurring penalties or realizing gain For instance, a 401k retirement account is rolled over when moving funds from one employer account to another Capital gain from sale of a personal home can be rolled over into the cost of a new home
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In a lottery draw, a rollover is a prize that includes the prize money from the previous draw, because nobody won it
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Retirement plan proceeds that are delivered directly to the participant The proceeds are eligible to be rolled over into another or the same qualified retirement plan or IRA within 60 days of the distribution
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a road traffic accident in which a vehicle overturns
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In finance, a rollover is when a loan or other financial arrangement is extended
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The transfer of funds from one qualified retirement plan to another qualified retirement plan within a specified period of time–otherwise the funds are taxed as ordinary income
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The shifting of an investor's assets from one qualified retirement plan to another-due to changing jobs, for instance-without a tax penalty
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Means that a loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently prevailing rate Most term loans in the Euromarket are made on a rollover basis as to current LIBOR rate
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in the National or European lottery, the situation in which a jackpot which has not been won is carried over to the next week
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The conversion of an employer distribution or an existing IRA to another IRA without taxable consequences This action must take place within 60 days of receiving the distribution
roll over

    Türkische aussprache

    rōl ōvır

    Aussprache

    /ˈrōl ˈōvər/ /ˈroʊl ˈoʊvɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'rOl ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English rolle, from Old French, from Latin rotulus, diminutive of rota wheel; akin to Old High German rad wheel, Welsh rhod, Sanskrit ratha wagon.

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